yesasc
yesasc
+
curry
+
reassurance:

Happy Together. Wong Kar-wai. 1997. Hong Kong/Japan/South Korea.
+
firatyan:


Chungking Express
Hong Kong’un yalnız insanlarının iki ayrı öyküden oluşan, yekpare bir anlatısıdır Chung Hing sam lam. Terk edilen insanlar tuhaf takıntılar edinirler. Unutmak için, acılarını hafifletmek için durmadan koşabilirler ya da bazen eriyip bazen şişmanlayan, sağlıksız bir sabunla konuşup, evin hüzünlü eşyalarıyla derin sohbetlere dalabilirler. Bozguna uğramış, dağılmış aşıklar Wong Kar-Wai'nin rengarenk şehrinde kimsesizdirler. Umutsuzca tamir edilmeyi bekledikleri arafta California Dreamin’ ve hatıralardan başka hiçbir şeye yer yoktur.  
Read More
+

Chungking Express (1994) | dir. Wong Kar-wai

Chungking Express (1994) | dir. Wong Kar-wai

Chungking Express (1994) | dir. Wong Kar-wai

Chungking Express (1994) | dir. Wong Kar-wai

Chungking Express (1994) | dir. Wong Kar-wai
+
+

"In Hong Kong in the ’60s, going to cinema was a big thing. We have cinemas for Hollywood films, local productions, European cinema, but there was no [label of] art film at that time. Even Fellini was treated as a commercial film. So as a kid, I spent a lot of time with my mother in the cinemas. And we didn’t know which is an art film, which is a commercial film; we just liked to watch the cinema. […] I’m not coming from film school, I learned cinema in the cinema watching films, so you always have a curiosity. I say, well, what if I make a film in this genre? What if I make this film like this? It’s always like curiosities and drive, like, let’s try to do this one this time." — Wong Kar-wai

"In Hong Kong in the ’60s, going to cinema was a big thing. We have cinemas for Hollywood films, local productions, European cinema, but there was no [label of] art film at that time. Even Fellini was treated as a commercial film. So as a kid, I spent a lot of time with my mother in the cinemas. And we didn’t know which is an art film, which is a commercial film; we just liked to watch the cinema. […] I’m not coming from film school, I learned cinema in the cinema watching films, so you always have a curiosity. I say, well, what if I make a film in this genre? What if I make this film like this? It’s always like curiosities and drive, like, let’s try to do this one this time." — Wong Kar-wai
+
(via annaliviams)
(via annaliviams)
(via annaliviams)
+
vintagesalt:

Beetlejuice (1988)
+
Tokyo
+
volume-knob:

^ jubilee